After rolling out last March 30 to search results and ads, the Google +1 button officially launches to include websites. The Google +1 button is the company’s attempt to replicate the success of Facebook’s “Like” button which encourages users to recommend content to their social network.
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Facebook is rolling out a new service today to about 5 million users. It’s a service where users can ask questions and search for answers within the social networking site. » Continue reading “Facebook Question and Answers Rolls Out”
Wikileaks is now on the news again. But many do now know what the site, which came online in 2007, is about. For those who don’t, Wikileaks is like Wikipedia, but this time, one can anonymously publish previously classified, hidden or sensitive documents from the government, well-known organizations or individuals and make them publicly available. » Continue reading “Spotlight: WikiLeaks”
What many consider as the most successful social networking website in history, Facebook has now 500 million accounts. This is more than the number of people in the United States. » Continue reading “Facebook Now Has 500 Million Users”
Google as always been proud of their minimalist homepage, but for those who wished that they could somehow customize it, there is some good news.
» Continue reading “Customized Google Homepage Will Be Possible Soon”
By the end of this year, Google has announced that it will open a consumer app store for its Chrome browser which will allow developers to expose and sell apps like multimedia magazine content and 3D games supported by the latest generation of web browsers directly to consumers.
» Continue reading “App Store For Chrome Browser Coming”
Microsoft announced Tuesday that it would give its 360 million Hotmail users new updates to its service including new methods for convenient access to news plus multimedia content access directly to their Inbox.
» Continue reading “Hotmail Gets Updated”